VISUALIZAÇÃO: A QUINTA HABILIDADE LINGUÍSTICA NO ENSINO E APRENDIZAGEM DE INGLÊS COMO LÍNGUA ESTRANGEIRA

  • Giselda dos Santos Costa IFPI/UFPE-PG
Palavras-chave: Letramento crítico visual, Material crítico em sala de aula, Ensino de inglês, Videoclip

Resumo

Em nossa sociedade, cheia de imagens, representações visuais e experiências visuais de todos os tipos, há, sim, paradoxalmente, ainda um grau significativo de analfabetismo visual. Apesar da importância de desenvolver competências visuais específicas, “letramento visual” ainda não é uma prioridade nos curriculos escolares (SPALTER e DAM, 2008). Este artigo tem como objetivos (1) enfatizar a importância de integrar o letramento visual crítico como a quinta habilidade línguistisca em sala de aula de inglês com base nas novas normas da Associação Internacional de Leitura e do Conselho Nacional de Professores de Inglês Americano (IRA / NCTE, 1996), e (2) apresentar uma sugestão de atividade visual, usando o videoclip da cantora Jessie J chamado Price Tag, como uma atividade crítica pedagógica.

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2019-09-16
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COSTA, G. VISUALIZAÇÃO: A QUINTA HABILIDADE LINGUÍSTICA NO ENSINO E APRENDIZAGEM DE INGLÊS COMO LÍNGUA ESTRANGEIRA. Revista Linguagem em Foco, v. 3, n. 5, p. 167 - 182, 16 set. 2019.